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TO BE GIVEN BY PUPILS OF 



THE NORRISTOWN BRANCH 

OF 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 20tli, 1918 

AT 8.15 OCLOCK 
CONSERVATORY ROOMS 

Main & DeKalb Streets, Norristown, Pa. 



programme 



Fairy Queen 



MILDRED ROTHMAN 



2 Murmuring Spring 



ELSIE McCOY 



3 Violin — Berceuse 



4 By the Sea 



5 Au Matin 



HAROLD FRAME 



MARGARET COLLINS 



HELEN NEIMAN 



6 Violin — Serenade 

EMANUEL WEISS 



7 Valse Caprice 



MARY RICHARD 



8 Papillons 

2nd Mazurka Op. 54 

MARION NEVILLE 

9, Violin — Souvenir 

ISADORE HORWITZ 

10 Valse— Op 34, No. 1 

GRACE HESSLER 



Krogmann 

Bohm 

Godard 

Posca 

Gadard 

Gounod 

Raff 

Grieg 
Godard 

Drdla 
Chopin 



Concert 

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ESTHER E. CASSEL, Lyric Soprano 
MABEL BOCK, Pianist 

Assisted by 

PAULINE TAYLOR, Contralto 
GEORGE HOTTEL, Tenor 



^iVednesday Evening, March 6, 1918 

8.15 P. M. Prompt 



ARTS ALLIANCE BUILDING 

18tn ana ^A' alnut Streets 



Joint 3Recital 

given Dy 

PHEBE McKAY, Soprano 

MARY RICHARDS, Pianist 

assisted by 
ELLA MERCER OLDEN, Contralto 

MORRIS CHERWINSKY, Violin 

JOHN LEO, Baritone 



WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 17, 1918 
ART ALLIANCE BUILDING 

1823 Walnut Street 
Eight O'clock 



PROGRAM 



1. SOPRANO— (a) Povero Mariner, Millolitti 

(b) Serenata, Tosti 

(c) Two Love Songs of April, . Clough Leighton 

2. TENOR— (a) Caro Mio Ben, Giordini 

(b) Nightingale, Ward Stephens 

3. PIANO— Italian Concerto, Bach 

Allegro Animato 
Andante Molto Expressivo 
Presto Giojoso 



4. SOPRANO— J'Suis Titania, (Mignon) Thomas 

5. CONTRALTO— Aria from Eurydice Gluck 

6. PIANO— Etude in E Major, \ 

Preludes No. 1, V Chopin 

Valse in D flat Major, ) 



PROGRAM 



7. SOPRANO— Three Indian Songs 

(a) By the Waters of Minnetonka, 

(b) Weeping Waters, 

(c) Lullaby, 



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TENOR— (a) Air from Fidelio Mozart 

(b) Mattinata, Tosti 

(c) For You Alone Steel 



9. SOPRANO- Group of Folk Songs 

(Polish). A Little Cottage Lowly. 16th Century 
(French). There Was a Little Maiden. 16th Century 
(Russian). Blow, Thou Wintry Wind. 17th Century 
(English) . Lass With the Delicate Air, Ame 



10. PIANO— Rhapsody No. 12, Liszt 



Program 

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1. Soprano, a. " The Place of the Breaking Light " 

b. " From the Long Room of the Sea " 

c. " Ho, Ye Warriors on the Warpath " 

From Wigwam and Tepee, . . Cadman 

2. Contralto. "Nadesda," Goring Thomas 

3. Soprano, a. " Lullaby," Cyril Scott 

b. " The Bird of the Wilderness." Horsman 

4. Piano. Sonata op. 13, No. 8; Beethoven 

(Pathetique) 

Grave, Allegro di molto con brio 

Adagio Cantabile 

Rondo. Allegro 

5. Baritone. " Cavatina " From Faust, Gounod 

6. Violin, a. "Ave Maria," Schubert- Wilhelmj 

b. " Zigeuner-Weisen," Sarasate 



Program 



7. Soprano, a. " Pleurez, Pleurez mes yeaux " 

From Le Cid, ....... Massenet 

b. " Villanelle," ...... Eva Dell 'Acqua 

8. Piano, a. Intermezzo in B flat minor,) 

b. Rhapsody in G minor, f ' ' ' 

9. Contralto, a. " Long, Long Ago." (Old English) 

b. " Cuddle Doon," Homer 

c. " Bye and Bye," .... Negro Spiritulist 

10. Soprano, a. "Absence." (Japanese), .... Rogers 

b. " Santa Lucia." (Italian), . . '. Bantock 

c. "Auld Daddy Darkness." (Scotch), Homer 

d. "Come Down to Kew." (English), Carl Deis 

11. Piano, a. Sposalizzio, Lizst 

b. Scherzo in B minor, Chopin 



Concert 

TO BE GIVEN BY PUPILS OF 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

Fuller Building, 10 South 18th Street 
D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 „ . ^. ^ 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT. J ^^"^^^"^ ^''''''"'' 

MADAME ADA TURNER KURTZ, Head of Vocal Department 

ORPHEUS CLUB ROOMS 
Baker Building, 1520 Chestnut Street 

Friday Evening, May 24, 1918 
Eight O'clock Precisely 



J^rogramme 

1. Valse, D Flat, Chopin 

Florence Reichert 

2. Violin. Concerto G Major, First Movement, ....... De Beriot 

Isidore Horwitz 

3. Spinning Song Litolff 



You are Cordially Invited to Attend a 

Concert 

TO BE GIVEN BY PUPILS OF THE 

CHESTER BRANCH SCHOOL 

OF 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 

H. VAN DEN BEEMT. \J^^naging Directors 

HOWARD HALL, Broad and Upland Streets 

Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1918 

At Eight-fifteen O'clock 



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DIRECTORS 
D. HENDRIK EZERMAN 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT 



^aturbap Afternoon, June €igt)tt, 1918 

at two o'clock 



1712 Chestnut Street 



ADMIT TWO 






programme == ^art 0nt 

The Smile of Spring Oesten 

Lilly Ruby 

Musical Top, Krogmann 

Gertrude Jaffe 

Drum and Trumpet, Desvaux 

Isidor Fien 

Jolly Raindrops, Spaulding 

Helen Young 

Dolly's Cradle Song, .Kern 

Hildo Binnenstock 

Song of the Katydid, Kern 

Margaret Foody 

Violin — Concerto, first movement, Seitz 

Max Master 

Paper Chain Lynes 

Sara Maser 

Jolly Comrades, Engelmann 

Vivian Shenkin 

Robins, Virgil 

Bertha Shavitz 

Petite Valse, Denee 

Caroline Fullmore 

Sur la glace, Crawford 

Lewis Walter 

Water Sprites, Heller 

Harry Goldberg 

Song of the Lark Tschaikowsky 

Betty Hickey 

a Sicilienne, Schumann 

b Echoes from the Theatre, Schumann 

Estelle Hickey 

Shadow March Cramm 

Andrew Voynow 

Violin — Berceuse, Kohler 

S. Auerbach 

Elfin Dance, Episofif 

Stella Chalfin 

Butterfly, Reinecke 

Russian Dance, Reinecke 

Willera Ezerman 

March, Reinhold 

Ruth Stern 

Sunny Hours, Lynes 

Helen Wolfson 

Dancing Sprites Bohm 

Genevieve Mitchell 

Butterflies, Lefe 

Wilma Roelof sma 
Trio— Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman, 

Anne Springer, Katherine Springer, Miriam Clair 



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Titania , Wely 

Rose Jacobs 

Minuet, Op. 49, Beethoven 

Marie Ezerman 

Dancing Dolls Poldini 

Jean Prettyman Howell 

Voice — The Swallows, Cowen 

Mildred Bowman 

Sonata, F major, Clementi 

Pauline Van Den Beemt 

Impromptu Valse, Rathburn 

Jennie Gordon 

Curious Story, Heller 

Katherine Springer 

Sonata, Op 2, No. 5, first movement Beethoven 

Elizabeth Carr 

Tarantella, Heller 

Irene Chanders 

Violin — Air with variations Dancla 

Charles Lockhardt 

Hungarian Dance, Brahms 

Eleanor Horinstein 

Herald of Spring, Friml 

Sylvia Miller 

Au Matin, Godard 

Pearl Beard 

Conzonetta, Schuett 

Lena Katz 

Sonata, Op 10, No. 2, first movement, Beethoven 

Celia Martin 

Wedding March, Mendelssohn-Smith 

Gertrude Brenner 

Wishing Land, Kate Boutelle Maher 

Play presented by pupils of the Applied Psychology Class 
under direction of Mrs. Maher. 



Founded 1877 Incorporated 1884 

^fjttatrelpfjta Consierbatorp 
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DIRECTORS 
D. HENDRIK EZERMAN 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT 
MADAME ADA TURNER KURTZ, Head of Vocal Department 



Jf inal Concert anb Commencement 



1917 - 1918 



iWontiap Cbening, June (ETfjirtr, 1918 

at eight o'clock 



Walnut and Juniper Streets 







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programme 

1. Adagio and Giga, Correlli-StaUman 

Conservatory Orchestra 

2. Voice. "Ah fors e lui," from Traviata, Verdi 

Phebe A. MacKay 

3. Piano. Sonata Appasionata, last two movements, . . . Beethoven 

Edward Shapiro 

4. Piano. Capriccio Brilliant, Mendelssohn 

Isabel Bloomberg and Orchestra 

5. Violin. Concerto B minor, first movement Saint-Saens 

Leon Zeitzew 

6. Voice. Mad Scene from Lucia Donizetti 

Esther E. Cassell 

7. Piano. Concerto in E flat major, last two movements, . Beethoven 

Mabel Bock 

8. Violin. Ballade and Polonaise Vieuxtemps 

Gustave A. Loeben and Orchestra 

9. Piano. Ballade in A flat, Chopin 

Mary M. Richards 

10. Voice. Bell Song, from Lakme, Delibes 

Mrs. Samuel EUenberg 

11. Violin. Concerto E minor, first movement, Mendelssohn 

Morris Cherwinsky 

12. Piano. Concerto D minor, first movement, Rubinstein 

Marcella North 

13. Polish Dance, Scharwenka 

Conservatory Orchestra 



^restentation of Btplomasi anb <@olb 
hv tl)e Btrector£t 



(@ratiuates( 

PIANO 
Soloist Diploma 

Mabel Bock 

Teachers Diploma 

Maria D'Annunzio 
Florence M. Bottoraley 
Herman M. Parris 

VIOLIN 

Teachers Diploma 

Gustave A. Loeben 
Frank B. Oppecker - 

VOICE 

Teachers Diploma 

Esther E. Cassell 
Catharine Patton Krause 
Phebe A. MacKay 

THEORY 

Sophie A. Bormanri 
Earl A. Bickel . 



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... Concert ... 

By Pupils of 
The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 

H. VAN DEN BEEMT, j ^^'■^^*''« 

Friday Evening, February Seventh, 1919 

at 8.00 O'clock Precisely 

NEW CENTURY DRAWING ROOMS 
124 South 12th Street 



programme 



1. First Movement, Op. 10, No. 2, F major, Beethoven 

Gertrude Brenner 

5 Andante. Op. 28 Beethoven 



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BY PUPILS 

4 
Pliiladelptia Conservatory of Music 

Directors 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT 

Saturday Afternoon, February 22, 1919 

at 2.00 o'clock 

PRESSER HALL 

1712 Cliestnut Street 



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... programme ... 

1 Musical Zoo, David Wood 

Henriette Lediger 

2 Water Mill Spaulding 

Margaret Foody 

3 Santa Claus Guards, Krogman 

Gertrude Jaffa 

4 Indian War Dance ' Brounoff 

Eva Bredt 

5 Blow Bugles De Vilbac 

Isador Fien 

6 Blue Bells, Kern 

Helen Young 

7 Sv7ing Song Burdick 

Hilda Binenstock 

8 Lullaby, Kuhlak 

Bessie Goldstein 

9 Happy Hours Mrs. Virgil 

Bertha Shavitz 

10 Rondino Sreabbog 

Harry -Goldberg ' 

11 Violin— Air Variee, Dancla 

Hyman Simon 

12 Witches Revels, Schytte 

Vivian Shenkin 

13 Water Sprites Heller, 

Lewis Walter 

14 Rondo Mignon Baurafelder 

Caroline FuUmore 

15 Au Matin Godard 

Hortense Pearlraan 

16 Sunny Hours Englemann 

Sara Maser 

17 Hide and Seek, Eilenberg 

Stella Chaffin 

18 Cradle Song, H. A. Lang 

Betty Hickey 

19 Moorish Dance, Kaiser 

Ruth Stern 

20 Russian Dance, Reinecke 

Andrew Voynow 

21 Violin— Melody, Dancla 

S. Auerbach 

22 Farewell to the Piano, Beethoven 

Estelle ?Iickey 



23 The Skylark ••.... Tschaikowsky 

Wilma Roelofsma 

24 Slumber Song, Gurlitt 

Ruth Kress 

25 Rondo Beethoven 

Pauline Van Den Beemt 

26 Curious Story Heller 

Willem Ezerman 

27 Pas Des Amphores, Chaminade 

Helen Pearlman 

28 Gavotte Salabert 

Sara Garten 

29 Sonatine Op. 20, Kuhlau 

Joseph Bloom ' 

30 Cheerful and Serene, Bohm 

Sylvia Gottesfeld 

31 Violin— Fantasia, Dancla 

Lewis Shulman 

32 To the Green Woods Away, Geisa 

Harry Jonas 

33 Faust Fantasie, v • . . Leybach 

Rose Jacobs 

34 Minuet and Trio 'Mozart-Schulhoff 

James Townsand 

35 Sur la Glace, Crawford 

Bessie Lachterman 

36 Sonatine Op. 55, No. 1, Kuhlau 

Isadore Bloom 

37 Violin— Melody, Klassert 

Jean P. Howell 

38 Ariel, Kern 

Helen Wolfsohn 

39 Tarantelle, Beaumont 

Katharine Springer 

40 Song of the Bathers Wachs 

Miriam Clair 

41 Butterfly, Merkel 

Marie Ezerman 

42 Raindrops Kerns 

Blanche Laymann 

43 The Fountain, Bohm 

Anna Springer 

44 Sonata Op. 10, No.l, Beethoven 

Celie Martin 

45 Valse A Flat Op. 69, No. 1 Chopin 

Lena Kates 

46 Titania, V.'ely 

Margaret Collins 



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By Pupils of 
The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, | 

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at 8.00 O'clock Precisely 

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BY PUPILS 
Pnilaaelpnia Conservatory of Music 

Directors 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT 

Saturday Axternoons, June 7tn ana 14tn, 1919 

at 2.30 o'clock 

ORPHEUS CLUB ROOMS 

1520 CLestnut Street 



ADMIT TWO 



Owing to the very large number of participants it has been found necessary to 
divide the Concert over two afternoons 



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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE SEVENTH 



Little Bo Peep. Biedermann Henrietta Lediger 

Musical Top. Krogmann, Elizabeth Seidman 

Going Fishing. Fearis Samuel Zellat 

Message. Earth, Harold Justice 

Violin. Etude. Wohlfart Evelyn Sklaroff 

Hungarian Dance. Engelman, Isidor Fien 

Barcarole. Behr Eva Bredt 

Hide and Seek. Ellenberg, ) Camille Bidden 

Hurry up March. Risher, ) 

Valse. Virgil, Sylvia Taylor 

Violin. Theme with variations. Papini Max Cohtn 

Dance of the Elves. Armstrong Helen Young 

Robin's Lullaby. Krogmann Sylvia Nyden 

Water Sprites. Heller Phyllis Bleiden 

The Rogue. Krentlin Mary Cole 

Violin. Mazurka. Dancla, S. Auerbach 

Topsy Turvy. Cram Hilda Binenstock 

Patriot March. Krogmann, Ethel Rubin 

Meadowland. Becker Beatrice Friedberg 

Tarantclle. Beaumont, Tanis Garber 

Duo for two Violins. Pieyel Harold Clair and Edward Gruenberg 

Bagatelle. Mozart, Stella Chalfin 

Solfeggietto. P. E. Bach Sara Maser 

Wild Flowers. Decevee Ruth Kress 

I Think of Thee. Sartorio Louis Walter 

Violin. Scherzo. Klassert Grace Jones 

Joyous Days. Virgil Bertha Shavitz 

Village Fiddler. Wildemere, Harry Goldberg 

Moorish Dance. Kaiser Ruth Stern 

Chasing the Butterfly. Eilenberg Katherine Springer 

Violin. Air with variations. Dancla, William Lilly 

Scarf Dance. Chaminade, Wilma Roelofsma 

Capriccietto. Kern Alma McPherson 

The Chase. Van Lear, Andrew Voynow 

Dancing Sprites. Bohm, Vivian Shenkin 

Idilio. Lack james Townsend 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE FOURTEENTH 



1. Farewell to the Piano. Beethoven Bessie Lachterman 

2. On the Lake. Kuhlau, Bessie Goldberg 

3. The Rogue. Krentzlin, , Erma Boucher 

4. Narcissus. Nevin, Pauline Van Den Beemt 

5. The Secret. Gautier, Jennie Galfund 

6. Impromptu. Schubert Anna Belov 

7. Cabaletta. Lack, Isabelle Heller 

8. Jollity. Kern Caroline Fullmore 

9. Pierrette. Chaminade Jennie Feldman 

10. Allegi-etto, Kuhlau Willem Ezerman 

11. Violin. Mazurka. Dancla, William Lilly 

12. Andante. Mozart Betty Hickey 

13. By the Sea. Pasca Sylvia Gottesfeld 

14. Valse. Friml Anna Layton 

15. Idillio. Lack Rebecca Nadler 

16. Dancing Waves. Pieczonka Ethel Grosshandler 

17. Knight Rupprecht. Schumann Estelle Hickey 

18. Violin. Air variee. Dancla, Helen Treichel 

19. Impromptu. Reinhold Sadie Krousse 

20. Ye Olde Mill. Zeckwer Helen Wolfsohn 

21. A Fairy Tale. Lack Edith Sweeney 

22. Scherzo B flat. Schubert Marie Ezerman 

23. Menuet. Paderewski, Lillian Epstein 

24. Violin. Romance. Sitt Charles Lockhardt 

25. Voice. My Soul is an Enchanted Boat. Woodman, ) , ... , , „ 

Wake Up. Phillips, \ Mildred Bowman 

26. Impromptu. Schubert, Rose Jacobs 

27. 2d Valse. Godard Jennie Gordon 

28. Pas des Amphores. Chaminade Miriam Clair 

29. Violin. Fantaise. Dancla, Leon Julius 

30. Au matin. Godard, Pearl Beard 

31. Idillio. Lack, Anna Springer 

32. Violin. Second Mazurka. Dancla, Jean Prettyman Howell 

33. Tarantelle. A flat. Heller Margaret Collins 

34. The Fauns. Chaminade, Lena Katz 

35. Whims. ) ^ ^ ,- ,/r ^■ 
Bird as Prophet. \ Schumann Ceha Martin 

36. Rustle of Spring. Binding, Eleanor Horinstein 



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^tje ^fjilatelpiiia Consierbatorp 

Founded 1877 Qf 4xlllj5llC Incorporated 1884 

Directors 
D. HENDRIK EZERMAN H. VAN DEN BEEMT 



Jfinal Concert anb 
Commencement 

1918=1919 

Witherspoon Hall, Walnut and Juniper Streets 



SCuesibap Cbenins, f une ^fjirb, 1919 

at eight o'clock 



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programme 

1. Overture. Don Giovanni, Mozart 

Conservatory Orchestra 

2. Prelude, Choral and Fugue, Cesar Franck 

Mary M. Richards 

3. Voice. Aria from Don Giovanni, Batti, batti mio Masetta, . Mozart 

Ruth E. Carmack 

4. Violin. Theme and Variations, " Je suis le petit tambour," . David 

Wolfgang Richter 

5. a. Concerto G minor, first movement, Saint Saens 

Betty Stine 

b. Second movement Saint Saens 

Isabel Bloomberg 

6. Scherzo in B flat minor Chopin 

Marcus Blitzstein 

7. Voice. Aria from La Forza del destine ; Pace, pace mio Die, . Verdi 

Ethyl Smeltzer 

8. a. Prelude and Fugue in C sharp minor, Bach 

b. Sposalizzio li^^f 

Frances Snyder 

9. Violin. Symphony Espagnole, first movement, Lalo 

Leon Zeitzew 

10. Ballade in A flat chopin 

Edward Lane 

11. Gypsy Music ^^^^^ 

Conservatory Orchestra 

Numbers 5, a. and b., and 7, with Accompaniment of the Orchestra 
Steinway Piano Used 



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#ra&uates; 

Teacher's Diploma 

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Margaret Goodwin 

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Teacher's Diploma 

Ruth E. Carmack 
Ethyl M. Smeltzer 



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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY TWENTY-EIGHTH 

Simplette. Baehmaim Rae Auerbach 

Maypole Dance. Bug-bee Ruth Leventhal 

Fire-fly. Behr Henrietta Lediger 

Santa Glaus Guards. Krogmann Daniel Silverman 

Hand-in-Hand March. Dulcelle Eleanor Handy 

Castanet Dance. Dutton Camille Blieden 

Violin— Come With Me, Dear. M. Osgood Rode Nussbaum 

Johnny Jumps Up. Rogers Isador Fien 

Whip-poor-will. Dutton Harry Vemer 

Curious Story. Heller Phyllis Blieden 

(a) A Song. Weidig ) <3vlvin Tnvlor 

(b) The Robin's Lullaby. Krogmann { °^"'^ ^ayior 

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(b) Meadowlark. Frothmgham j 

Violin— Village Song. Hauser Max Cohen 

Flight of the Bees. Koelling Dorothy Elgart 

So-so-Rock-a-bye-so. Cramm Helen Young 

(a) Dance of the Marionettes. Adams ) g^j^ j gteiner 

(b) Teasmg. Wilm ) 

Sonatina. Clementi Ruth Kresse 

Gypsy Dance. Behr Sara Maser 

Violin — Sixth Air Variee. Dancla Helen Treichel 

Narcissus. Nevin Tanis Garber 

Fable. Raif Fannie Patalin 

The Fountain. Bohm Katherine Springer 

Dressed for the Ball. Lange Bessie Lachterman 

Sonata, Op. 49, No. 1, First Movement. Beethoven. .Vivian Shenkin 

Violin— Melody Nos. 9 and 10. Dancla Edward Schiff 

Barcarolle. Friml Ruth Stem 

Spring Song. Merkel Sophie Patalin 

Titania. Wely Aida Oxley 

(a) Scarf Dance. Chaminade I t i. t j 

(b) Waltz. Schubert / -^"^^P^ Leeds 

Voice— (a) It Is Spring. Ware ) cj*. n o 

(b) Wake Up. Phillips \ St«"a Spencer 

Canzonetta. Schuett Margaret Collins 

Song Without Words. Mendelssohn Wilma Roelofsma 

Waltz, Op. 70, No. 1. Chopin Helen Wolfaon 



SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH SIXTH 



1. Shepherd's Song. Behr Anita Roberts 

2. Melody Valse. Virgil Eva Bredt 

3. Shepherd's Song. Paldi Leon Lindenberger 

4. (a) Voice of the Heart. Van Gay 1 ^amnpl 7pl1at 
(b) Hand-in-Hand March. Rummel I bamuel Zellat 

5. Little Lords and Ladies Gay. Engelmann Elizabeth Seidman 

6. The Whip-poor-will. Dutton Sylvia Fien 

7. Violin — Waltz. C. Dancla Leon Julius 

8. Through the Meadow. Burg Esther Guralnick 

9. Slumber Song. Kern Hilda Binnenstock 

10. The Tulip. Lichner Beatrice Friedberg 

11. A Merry Song. Tarenghi Stella Chalfin 

12. Waltz. Durand Bessie Goldstein 

I,". Violin — Serenade. L. Dancla William Lilley 

14. Humoresque. Dvorak Pauline Van Den Beemt 

15. Fireflies. Brockett Caroline Fullmore 

16. Sonatina, Last Movement. Clementi Betty Hickey 

17. Au Matin. Godard Willem Ezerman 

18. Fireflies. Great-Schaeif er Isabelle Heller 

19. Violin — Sixth Air Variee. Dancla Charles Lockhardt 

20. Simple Confession. Thome Bessie Elgart 

21. Sonata in G, First Movement. Beethoven Estelle Hickey 

22. Doll's Dance. Poldini Florence Sochis 

23. Violin — Scherzo. Klassert Lewis Parris 

24. Sonata, Op. 2, No. 1, First Movement. Beethoven .. Marie Ezerman 

25. Butterfly. Merkel Rebecca Nadler 

26. Sonata, Op. 10, No. 2, First Movement. Beethoven. .Jennie Gordon 

27. Violin — Gavotte. Lully George Schwartz 

28. A Scottish Tone Picture. MacDowell Eleanor Horinstein 

29. Voice — Ho, Mr. Piper. Curran Myrtle Van Der Slice 

30. Butterfly. Grieg Joseph Rubanoff 

31. Violin — Faust Fantasie. Gounod-Singelee Jean P. Howell 

32. Sonata Pathetique, Third Movement. Beethoven Celia Martin 

33. Scherzo. Dubois Lillian Epstein 

34. Impromptu. Reinhold Pearl Beard 



... Concert ... 

By Pupils of 
The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 

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Friday Evening, May Twenty-first, 1920 

at 8.00 O'clock Precisely 

ORPHEUS CLUB ROOMS 
1520 Chestnut Street 



J^rogramme 



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The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 
H. VAN DEN BEEMT, 



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Friday Evening, May Twenty-eighth, 1920 

at 8.15 O'clock 

ORPHEUS CLUB ROOMS 
1520 Chestnut Street 



^Programme 



1. To Spring Grieg 

Florence Reichert 

2. a. Polonaise C Minor Chopin 

b. Valse E Minor Chopin 

Anna Monroe 

3. Violin— Air with Variations in D Minor Vieuxtemps 

Arley G. Cassidy 

4. Voice— a. In the Woods, Franz 

b. Stars with Little Golden Sandals, Franz 

Ruth E. Carmack 

5. a. Intermezzo, Brahms 

b. Novelette in D, Schumann 

Violet Scheussler 

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H. VAN DEN BEEMT 

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FINAL CONCERT 

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COMMENCEMENT 

1919 - 1920 

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WITHERSPOON HALL 

^V alnut and Juniper Streets 



Tuesday Evening, June First, 1920 

At Eight O'clock ""^ 







PROGRAM 

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1. Overture. Semiramide Rossini 

Conservatory Orchestra 

2. Concerto in G minor, last movement Saint Saens 

Betty Stine 

3. Voice. Bolero Domani from Opera Osteria, . Lillo 

Ruth E. Carmack 

4. Violin. Introduction and Adagio from Concerto in G minor, . Bruch 

Wolfgang Richter 

5. Concerto in D minor, first movement, Rubinstein 

Isabel Bloomberg 

6. Burlesque Strauss 

Mary M. Richards 

7. Voice. The young Nun Schubert 

Ella Olden Hartung 

8. Chiaconna Bach-Busoni 

Frances L. Snyder 

9. Violin. Concerto in D minor, first movement, Wieniawski 

Leon Zeitzew 

10. Concerto in E flat Liszt 

Edward Lane 



Numbers 2, 4, 5, 9 and 10 with accompaniment of the Orchestra 



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Steinway Pianos Used 



Presentation of Diplomas and Gold Medal 
By tne Directors 



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GRADUATES 

Piano 

Soloist iJiploiiia 

MARY MARGARET RICHARDS 
FRANCES L. SNYDER 

Teacner s Diploma 

FANNIE GERSENSTEIN 
ANNA MAY MONROE 
FLORENCE REICHERT 
VIOLET ELIZABETH SCHUESSLER 

Tneory 
Teacner s Diploma 
ALICE ELY STALLMAN 

Tkeory Certificate 

RUTH E. CARMACK 

MARY MARGARET RICHARDS 



TWO CONCERTS 

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H. VAN DEN BEEMT 

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Saturday Afternoon, June 12tli, 2.30 O'clock 

ORPHEUS CLUB ROOMS 

1520 CLestnut Street 

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1. a. Song. Brown, 1 Sylvia Taylor 

b. Pink. Lichner, J 

2. a. Spring Flowers. Williams,! Alice Baker 

b. Elves' Dance. Orth, J 

3. First Violet. Behr, Vivian Shenkin 

4. a. On the Meadow. Lichner, 
b. Hovering Butterflies. Gayner, 

5. The Chase. Wilson Smith Andrew Voynow 

6. Mazurka. Van Gael Dorothy Kressloflf 

7. Violin. Air varie. Dancla Helen Treichel 

8. Hungarian Dance. Brahms, Rebecca Nadler 

9. Birdling. Grieg Esther Fruchbom 

10. The Golden Age. Hofmann Pauline Van Den Beemt 

11. The Fauns. Chaminade, Sylvia Gottesfelt 

12. a. Little Valse (for left hand alone). Foote, 
b. Butterflies. Merkel, 

13. Violin. Melody No. 5, op. 82. Dancla Wm. Goldstein 

14. The Violet. Mozart Betty Hickey 

15. Harlekin. Chaminade Aida Oxley 

16. a. Tarantelle. Dennee, 
b. April. Tschaikowsky, 

17. Callihroe. Chaminade, Rose Greenstein 

18. Sonata. F major, first movement. Mozart Willem Ezerman 

19. Pierrette. Chaminade, Helen Wolfson 

20. Violin. Air varie. Bellini-Dancla, J^an Prettyman Howell 

21. La petite amourette. Cowles Caroline Fullmore 

22. Mazurka. Chopin Estelle Hickey 

23. Sonata. Haydn, Florence Sochis 

24. Polonaise. Markel, Lillian Epstein 

25. Violin. Theme and variations. Lehmann Harold Abrams 

26. Herald of Spring. Friml Margaret Collins 

27. Whims. Schumann Marie Ezerman 

28. Norwegian Wedding Procession. Grieg, Pearl Beard 

29. Song without words. Mendelssohn Rosalie Braverman 

30. Impromptu a flat major. Schubert Jennie Gordon 

31. Violin. Larghetto and valse from Faust. Gounod-Singelee, 

Charles Lockhardt 

32. Polonaise C sharp minor. Chopin, Joseph RubanofiE 

33. Polonaise D minor. Chopin Celia Martin 

34. Prelude C sharp minor. Rachmaninoff Lena Katz 

35. Violin. First Air varie. De Beriot, Edward Schiff 

36. Sonata, op. 2, No. 1. Beethoven, last movement Rose Kahn 

37. Two preludes. Bach David Bacal 

38. Voice. Shepherd Play a Little Air. Stickles Julia Simmers 

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Saturday Afternoon, June 12th, 2.30 O'clock 



1. Little Bo-Peep. Virgil, George Summers 

2. Violin. Osgood Beatrice Greenberg 

3. Courteous Child. Weidig, Lilly Ruby 

4. Dance of the Marionettes. Mrs. Crosby- Adams, Clara ArnoflE 

5. The Little Wanderer. Gurlitt Henrietta Lediger 

6. Violin. Air varie. Dancla, Janet Stine 

7. Traveler's Song. Oesten Edward Gartmen 

8. Triumphal March. Oesten Daniel Silverman 

9. Buttercup Dance. Virgil, Dorothy Summers 

10. a. The Skating Party. Dutton, 1 ^ .„ „,. _, 

y Camille Blieden 

b. Elf Dance. Grieg, J 

11. Violin. Theme. Papini, Alexander Claire 

12. Phyllis. KreutzHn, Samuel Zellat 

13. Fairy Footsteps. Farrar, Eleanor Handy 

14. Under the Rose Arbor. Dutton, Elizabeth Seidman 

15. In the Meadowland. Becker, Eva Bredt 

16. Violin. Lullaby. Bloch, Rhoda Claire Nusbaum 

17. Dance of the Dewdrops. Lindsay Rae Auerbach 

18. Darling Heart. Weidig Anita Roberts 

19. a. Idylle. Reinhold,"! ^ , 

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b. Dance. Virgil, J 

20. Violin. Merrily Dancing. Franklin, Harry Batalin 

21. Fireflies. Grant-Schaefifer, Phylhs BHeden 

22. The Robins. Virgil Emanuel Muderick 

23. Violin. Evening Pleasures. Held Evelyn Sklaroff 

24. a. The Fire-fly. Paldi, 1 

> Ethel Sterner 

b. Butterflies. Paldi, J 

25. Self eggietto. Ph. E. Bach Stella Chalfin 

26. a. Silhouette. Reinhold, 1 c- i r> u- 

>. Selma Rubin 

b. Humoreske. Reinhold.J 

27. Rut-a-tut-tut. Cramm Isador Fien 

28. Violin. Scherzo. Klassert Morris Small 

29. In the Clover. Virgil Beatrice Friedberg 

30. Voice. May Time. Speaks Elf rieda Geisler 

31. Cabaletta. Lack Ruth Stern 

32. Violin. Rustic Dance. Dancla Max Cohen 

33. Campanella. Koelling Bessie Goldstein 

34. The Awakening of Spring. Harberbier, Katherine Springer 

35. a. Spring Thoughts. Schmoll,! g^,^.^ pj^^^ 

b. Harp Sounds. Mayer, J 

36. Shadow Maid. Cramm, Esther Guralnick 



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^upife* Concert 

To be Given at 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

216 SOUTH TWENTIETH STREET 

Tuesday, December 14, 1920, 8.00 P. M. 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 

H. VAN DEN BEEMT, J ^''^^^^^^ 



^Program 

1. Piano. Spinning Song, Mendelssohn 

Miss Rose Kahn 

2. Violin. Berceuse— Slave, Neruda 

Mr. Thomas Fenn 

3. Piano. Prelude in G Minor, Rachmaninoff 

Miss Isabel Bloomberg 

4. Vocal. Lullaby, Cyril Scott 

Miss Ray Miller 

5. Piano. Polonaise, Chopin 

Mr. Joseph Rubanoff 

6. Violin. 7th Concerto, first movement Rode 

Mr. J. Gendeloff 

7. Piano. Sonata, Op. 22, B flat, first movement,' Beethoven 

Miss Emily Loeben 

8. Vocal. In the Great Unknown D'Hardelot 

Mr. Fred J. Becker 

9. Piano. Moonlight Sonata, last movement, Beethoven 

Miss Mildred Whitehill 

10. Violin. Russian Airs Wieniawski 

Mr. Wolfgang Richter 

11. Piano. Two Freischutz Studies, Heller 

Miss Mollie Youngman 



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^upite* Concert 

INTERMEDIATE AND MAIN DEPARTMENTS 

To be Given at 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

216 SOUTH TWENTIETH STREET 

Monday, December 20, 1920, 8.15 P. M. 
D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 



H. VAN DEN BEEMT, 



Directors 



JProgram 

1. Piano— Pomponnetti, Durand 

Dorothy Kressloff 

2. Piano— Narcissus Nevin 

Ruth Kress 

3. Piano— Melody in F, Rubinstein 

Pauline Van den Beemt 

4. Piano— Istorietta, Lack 

Joseph Leeds 

5. Violin— Cavatina, Raj) 

Oscar Lyman 

6. Piano— Valse C Sharp Minor Chopin 

Willem Ezerman 

7. Piano— Polish Dance Scharwenka 

David Bacal 

8. Violin— Concerto G Minor, Op. 12 Fr. Seitz 

Edward Schiff 

9. Piano— Valse "A la bien aim^e," Schuett 

Rose Ratcliffe 

10. Piano— Rondo in D Major, Mozart 

Marie Ezerman 

11. Vocal— In the Afterglow, F. H. Grey 

Grace Davis 

12. Piano— Romance Sibelius 

Mary Richard 

13. Piano— Sonato in B Flat Major, 1st Movement, Beethoven 

Elizabeth Gorodetzer 

14. Violin — Canzonetta Tschaikowsky 

Fannie Sharfsin 

15. Piano— Allegro, Weber 

Eugenia Miller 



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PROGRAH 



1. Piano. Uay Breasts. , .Virgil 

George Summers 

2. Piano. Song .Brown 

Daniel Sil-rerman 

3. Piano. Kareb .Bekoer 

Louis Goodman 

4 . Piano. Two Flowers • .Koelling 

Karjorie Bubb 

5. Piano. Pixies Drill. Brown 

Harry Waters 

6« Violin. Cavaiina.. • Reineoke 

Catherine Shotts 

7. Piano. Tulip.......... ..Liehner 

SylTia Taylor 

8. Piano. Heather Rose .Lange 

Samuel Zellat 

9 . Piano. Dancing DewOrope Virgil 

KarJ orie McGowan 

10. Piano. By the Sea .Posca 

Caroline Pullmore 

11. Piano. Song i VanGael 

Dorothy Summers 

12. Violin. Pantasle Bellini^Dancla 

Caston Ropsevich 



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13. Piano. Gavotte Chamlnade 

Sophie Batalin 

14. Piano. In the Beautiful May Lichner 

Bessie Goldstein 

15. Piano. Song. Krentzlin 

Stella Magaziner 

16. Piano. Walts,S minor. Chopin 

Rose Greenstein 

17. Piano. Pastorale.. Scarlatti-Tausig 

Soi^ie Raisiss 

18. Piano. Papillon .Grieg 

Pearl Ossar 

19. Piano. Pierrot Chaainade 

Aida 0x1 ey 

20. Violin. Adoration .Borowskl 

Charles Lockhardt 

21. Piano. To a Water Lily 

Will * the Wisp VacDowell 

Florence Sochis 

22. Piano. Waltz,G ninor Chopin 

David Bacal 

23. Piano. Etude Chopin 

Rose Ratcliffe 






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1. Piano. Serenade- — ~ .-•------, ---------Sinding 

Horacio Duarte 

2. Piano. Iiaproatu,0p.l42, No. 3- ---^Schubert 

Marion Neville 

3. Piano. Valse Arabesque .---- ^-<— Lack 

Horri9 Soloman 

4. Piano. Minuett-- — •-■' — ----.--Beethoven 

Elizabeth Gorodetzer 

5. Violin. Air Varie Op. 12, No.6— -•— — -DeBeriot 

Edward Schiff 

6. Piano. To the Sea*--- MacDowell 

Florence Grinberg 

7. Piano. Sonata, D Minor, last movement-Beethoven 

Audrey Anthony 

8. Piano. Finale---------------------- ----Weber 

Eugenia Miller 

9. Violin. Meditation, from Thais---------Ma8senet 

Ellen Wilson 

10. Piano . Finale, from Sonata C Minor- — Beethoven 

Louise Horner 

11. Piano, Adagio---------------------- Beethoven 

Emily Loeben 

12. Piano. Ballade------------ ---------chepin 

Edward Lane 

13. Violin. Faust Fantasie — ----Alard 

Fannie Sharfsin 

14. Piano. Prelude, C sharp Minor- ----Rachmaninoff 

Mildred Whitehill 

15. Piano. Fugue in D Major--------------- Bach 

Concerto, Minor Saint-Saens ^ 

(last movement) 
)'• Marcus Blitzstein 



1. Piano. Maypole Dance Bugbee 

Sing Robin^Sir'^- - Spaulding 

Carol Asnis 

2. Piano. Volunteers Krograan 

Frank Homan 

3. Piano. A Winter Tale Antheny 

Jeanette Wolfson 

4. Piano. Crossing the Bridget ^ --Friml 

Mary McGbwan 

5. Piano, Darling Heart Weidig 

Rae AuerbaclC^ 

6. Violin. Polonaise--- Dancla 

Max Cohen 

7. Piano, Cathedral Chimes- Devaux 

Dorothy Asnis 

8. Piano. On Meadow Green Farrar 

Al ice Hirsh 

9. Piano. Holiday in the Village Heins 

Ruth Hirsh 

10. Piano. Twilight Dance Sartoria 

. Isidor Fien 

11. Piano„ Egyptian Parade Brown 

Violet Dunseath 

12. Violin. Rondo DeBeriot 

Janet Stein 

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17. Piano. May Bells Bohtn 

Evelyn Hillerson 

18. Piano. Etudes Heller 

Anna Lupin 

19. Piano. Lance of the Gnoines--- Poldini 

Esther Frank 

20. Piano. Scherzo - — -Reinhold 

Butterfly -Reinhold 

Caraille Bleiden 

21. Piano. The Hunt - Derauth 

Mildred Horner 

22. Violin. Pantasie Dancla 

William Lilley 

23. Piano. Maid of the Mill- Howath 

Lydia Bloomherg 

24. Piano, About Butterflies --Rogers 

Etude Op. 29, No. 2- -Bertini 

Fanny Batalin 

25. Piano, Spanish Dance Rothhum. 

Alice Baker 

26. Piano. Val^e - Goda*d 

Joseph Leeds 

27. Piano. Dance Caprice Gri^g 

NiHJ^-Neville 

28. Piano. Valse Episode Kern 

Katharine Springer 



1. Piano. Maypole Dance-- ;'"-^Vf^®® 

Sing Robin^Sivis Spaulding 

^ Carol Asnis 

2. Piano. Volunteers . Krogman 

Frank Homan 

3. Piano. A Winter Tale Antheny 

Jeanette Wolfson 

4. Piano. Crossing the Bridge^-Y ■ — Friml 

Mary McGowan 

5. Piano. Darling Heart Weidig 

Rae Auerbacl^ 

6. Violin. Polonai'se- -Dancla 

Max Cohen 

7. Piano. Cathedral Chimes Devaux 

Dorothy Asnis 

8. Piano. On Meadow Green Farrar 

Alice Hirsh 

9. Piano. Holiday in the Village Heins 

Ruth Hirsh 

10. Piano. Twilight Dance ■ Sartoria 

Isidor Fien 

11. Piano. Egyptian Parade Brown 

Violet Dunsea-th 

12. Violin. Rondo DeBeriot 

Janet Stein 

13. Piano. Old English Dance Smith 

Louis Goodman 

14. Piano. Badinage Reinhold 

Selma Ruhin 

15. Piano. Plying Leaves No. 2 Koelling 

Ethel Steiner 

16. Piano. Grandmother's Minuet -Grieg 



17. Piano. May Bells Bohm 

Evelyn Hilleraon 

16. Piano. Etudes Heller 

Anna Lupin 

19. Piano. Dance of the Gnomes--' Poldini 

Esther Frank 

20. Piano. Scherzo----------- -Reinhold 

Butterfly----- -—Reinhold 

Caraille Bleiden 

21. Piano. The Hunt- Demuth 

Mildred Horner / 

22. Violin. Fantasie Dancla 

William Lilley 

23. Piano. Maid of the Mill- Howath 

Lydia Bloomherg 

24. Piano. Ahout Butterflies ----Rogers 

Etude Op. 29, No. 2 Bertini 

Fanny Batal in 

25. Piano. Spanish Dance --■ Rothbum. 

Alice Baker 

26. Piano. Valse Goda*d 

Joseph Leeds 

27. Piano. Dance Caprice Grigg 

Nil»5P-Neville 

28. Piano. Valse Episode Kern 

Katharine Springer 

29. Piano, Dance - --Denne 

Ruth Kress 

30. Piano. Caprice----^ Lack 

Dorothy Kressloff 

31. Piano. Mazurka, -Chopin 

Emily Ruhin 

32. Piano. Russian Dance ---• Friml 

Sophie Batalin 



1. Piano. 3«r«nad#-— •-— — $inding 

Horaclo Duarte 

2. Piano. Nocturne in 2 Flat • -Chopin 

Bett/ Hickey 

3. Piano, Valsa Arabesque-— ------^ —Lack 

Korrie Soloraan 

4. Piano. Hunting Song- — Mendelssohn 

Jennie Gordon 

5. Piano. Senate Op. 49, No. 2- — ----Beethoven 

(First Vovaraent) 
DaTid Bacal 

6. Piano. Scotch Poem— -—----—--— MacDowell 

Soiihie RaisiBS 

7. Violin. Adoratioiw— —-—-—— ---Borowski 

Charles Lockhardt 

8. Piano. Valse in A, Op. 10 ----Bachnaninoff 

Sstelle Hickey 

9. Piano. l!nproi!itu------------»-»-----Schubert 

Uiriam Clair 

10. Vocal. Roaance---—-— --—-—-— Debussy 

Ifary Berger 

11. Piane. Mazurka-- — - — - — — - — — Gedard 

HaoBi Oartiaaa 

12. Piano. Barcarolle-—— •— -Godard 

Willea Szcrman 

13. Piano. Ihiae— ---—--— •-— Schuaann 

Rose Greens te in 

14. Violin, Hysm to the Sun- Rinsky-Korsakew 

Grace Pennypacker 

15. Piano. Guitarre-—-- — - — — ---Moszkowski 

Reba Shapiro 

16. Piano. Butterfly Grieg 

Kabel Faggen 

17. Vocal. Caro Sio Ben Giordani 

Grace Davis 

18. Piano. Wedding Day in Treldhagen Grieg 

Clarissa Silverman 

19. Piano. Sea Ptect— — -— — -MacDewell 

Frieda Davis 

20. Violin. Concerto No, 7 (first mov.J— DeBeriot 

Oscar Lynan 

21. Piano. Prelude in C# minor — --Rachmaninoff 

Vera Darling 

22. Piano, Kelody--^^- ^-,.,.w- Koszkowski 

Marie Bz«rraan 

Wednesday, April 6, 1921, 8 P. X. 



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Special Concert 

By ADVANCED STUDENTS of 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, | 

H. VAN DEN BEEMT, J ^^^^'^^°^^ 

NEW CENTURY DRAWING ROOMS 

124 South 12th Street 

Monday, April 25, 1921, 8.15 P. M. Precisely 

J^rogram 

Lento, Cyril Scott 

Mary Richard 

Witches Dance, McDowell 

Eugenia Miller 

Berceuse, Chopin 

Marion Neville 

Sonata G Major, 1st movement Mozart 

Joseph Levine 

Prelude C Sharp Minor, RachmaninofI 

Mildred Whitehill 



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1. Piano. 3«r«nad9** — -— $indiAg 

Horacio Duarte 

2. Piano. Nocturn* in 2 Flat — - — -Chopin 

Bett/ Hickey 

3. Piano, Vals« Arab«sque-— ------Lack 

Vorri* Soloinan 

4. Piano. Hunting Song Mendelssohn 

Jennie Gordon 

5. Piano. Sonate Op. 49, No, 2»— ---•Beethoven 

{Wirnt ¥oT«!ient) 
David Bacal 

6. Piano. Scotch Poem— -—----—--— Ma cDo well 

Soidiie Raizise 

7. Violin. Adoration-——-— — -— — ---Borowiiki 

Char lei Lockhardt 

8. Piano. Valee in A, Op, 10 — --Bachnaninoff 

Betelle Hickey 
8, Piano. Xmpromtu------------*------ -Schubert 

Uiriam Clair 

10. Vocal. Ronance---— -—-----— —- Debueey 

Uary Berger 

11. Plane, Mazurka -Gedard 

Haoai Oartraan 

12. Piano, Barcarolle——- — •— ---Godard 

Villca Szerman 

13. Piano, Ihlme— ---——— -— --— •Schuxaann 

Reee Greenatein 

14. Violin, Hynn to the Sun Riaaky-Kersakew 

Grace Pennypacker 

15. Piano, Guitarre— --- — • — — -.-Moezkowski 

Reba Shapiro 

16. Piano. Butterfly Grieg 

Mabel Paggen 

17. Vocal. Caro Mio Ben — Giordaai 

Grace Bay is 

18. Piano. Wedding I>ay in Treldhagea Grieg 

Clarissa Silverman 

19. Piano. Sea Piec*-—--— •MacBewell 

Prieda Davie 

20. Violin. Concerto Ko. 7 (first mov.l— DeBeriot 

Oscar Lyaan 

21. Piano. Prelude in C# minor Rachmaninoff 

Vera Darling 

22. Piano. Melody-^- ---• Koszkowski 

Marie Bzeman 

Wednesday, April 6. 1921, 8 P. M. 



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To be Given at 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

216 South Twentieth Street 
Tuesday Evening, May 17, 1921, 8.00 O'clock 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 „. 

Directors 



H. VAN DEN BEEMT. 



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program 

Au Matin, Godard 

Vivien Shenkin 

Impromptu, A flat, Schubert 

Florence Sochis 

Violin-Traumerei, Schumann 

Gaston Ropsevich 

Second Mazurka, Godard 

Aida Oxley 

Tarantella, Heller 

Pauline Van den Beemt 

Scherzo, Dubois 

Clara Parris 

Violin-Kuiawiak, Wieniawski 

Thomas Fenn 

Canzonetta Shuett 

Caroline FuUmore • 

Sonate Op. 2, No. 1, third movement Beethoven 

Margaret Collins 

Caprice, A flat, Leschetizky 

Rose Greenstein 

Polonaise, A major, Chopin 

Reda Shapiro 

Impromptu, E flat, Schubert 

Florence Penn 

Strange Man, Schumann 

David Bacal 

Violin-Concerto, D minor, first movement, Vieuxtemps 

Morris Shusterman 

Italian Concerto, first movement Bach 

Eugenia Miller 

Papillons, Schumann 

Mildred Whitehill 



PROGRAM ADMITS 



YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THE 

(Srabuatesi* Concert 

To be Given by the 

CLASS OF 1921 

The Philadelphia Conservatory of Music 

D. HENDRIK EZERMAN, 1 

H. VAN DEN BEEMT, J ^^''^^^^^^ 

Friday Evening, May 27, 1921, 8.15 O'clock 
216 South Twentieth Street 

program 



PIANO — Polonaise in C sharp minor, Chopin 

Hannah H. Fahnestock 

VIOLIN — Hungarian Fantasy Hauser 

Gertrude Hansen 

VOICE— The Horn Flegier 

Frederick J. Becker 

PIANO — Sonata in D Minor, First Movement Beethoven 

Audrey Anthony 

VIOLIN— Chiaconna Vitali 

Ellen Wilson 

PIANO— Etude in Valse form St. Saens 

Mollie Youngman 



Personnel of Conservatory Orchestra 

Under Direction of 

Mr. Van den Beemt 



Henry Schmidt 
Frank B. Oppecker 
Wolfgang Richter 
Isidor Horwitz 
Thomas Fenn 
Paul Loro 
Ellen Wilson 
Gertrude Hansen 
Grace Pennypacker 
Fannie Sharfsin 
Amiello Gianpietro 
Morris Shusterman 
Clifford Barnes 
Jacob Roginsky 
Jacob Gendeloff 
Oscar Lyman 
Joseph Settle 
Lillian Wilson 
Louise Reichert 
Helen Treichel 
Katherine Shotts 



Charles Lockhardt 
Benjamin Walder 
Morris Maull 
Wm. Lilley 
Max Cohen 
Wm. Goldstein 
Gaston RCpsevich 
Gustave A. Loeben 
Wm. Ebert 
Philip Schmitz 
W. J. Haigh 
Betty Stine 
Audrey Anthony 
MoUie Youngman 
Emilie Loeben 
Rose Ratcliffe 
Alice E. Stallman 
Wilfred Bowers 
Wm. Ferrara 
Louis Vercoutere 
C. O. Richardson 



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CONCERT 
To be Given by Pupils of The 
Vocal Department - Ella Olden Hartimg, Teacher 

B^fiedli' of 

THE PEILADEIi'HIA CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 



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Tuesday Evening, June 7, 19E1 - 8:15 P.] 



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Program, 

1 Overture. Raymond, A. Thomas 

Conservatory Orchestra 

2 Concerto in G Minor. Last Movement Saint-Saeiis 

Celia Martin 

3 Violin. Concerto in E Minor. First Movement, . . . Mendelssohn 

Wolfgang Richter 

4 Concerto in A Minor. First Movement Schumann 

Audrey Anthony 

5 Scherzo in E Major, Chopin 

Betty Stine 

6 Violin. Zigeunerweisen Sarasate 

ISIDOR HORWITZ 

7 Concerto in C Minor. Last Movement Beethoven 

Mollie Youngman 

8 Two Preludes Chopin 

Etude in G Flat, Chopin 

Marcus Blitzstein 

Numbers 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 vifith accompaniment 
of the Orchestra 

Steinway Pianos Used 



Presentation of Diplomas and Prizes 
by the Directors 



Graduates 

Piano 

Audrey E. Anthony 
Hanna H. Fahnestock 
Mollie Youngman 

Violin 

Gertrude C. Hansen 
Ellen S. Wilson 

Theory Certificate 

Fannie Gersenstein 

EMILIE J. LOEBEN 



The Directors of the Conservatory take pleasure 
in announcing that 

The Gold Medal offered by the Philharmonic Society was 
awarded to Marcus Blitzstein. 

The Stokowski Medal, granting an appearance with the Phila- 
delphia Orchestra, to Edward Lane. 



1. Piano - Papillons 

Mildred Whitehill 



2. (a) Mifanwy 

(b) The Time for Making Songs 
has Come 

Laura Bloom 



3. (a) At Dawning " , •" 
(b) Ma' Curley Headed Baby- 
Sylvia Binenatook 



4. 



Yohrzeit 

Mary Berger 



Schiu&en 

Foster 
Rogers 



C adman 
Clutsam 



Silberta 



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5. (a) Sonny Boy Curan 

(b) Little Dutch lullaby StTzltz 

Evelyn Gauden 



6. (a.) Thank God for A Garden DelRiego 

(b) Katie-Did Jones 

' ' ijidward Wegst 



9. (a) A Wonder ous Rose 
(b) In Italy 

Gertrude A. Fucba 



10. (a) Selected 
(b) Cuckoo 



11. 



12. 



Helen Gebauer 



How's My Boy 

Ethel Winepole 

The Winds in the South 

Myrtle Vanderslioe 



13. (a) When Chorus Sleeps 

(b) Ave Maria - with Violin 
May Fielia 



14. 



Selected 



Burnham 
Boyd 



Homer 



Soott 



Samuels 
Gounod 



H. Duffey 



7. Violin - Legend 

Fanny Sharfsin 



8. (a) Caro Mio Ben 

(b) Love Me or Love Me Hot 
Grace Davis 



Wieniawski 



Gordiani 
Secchi 



15. Piano - Prelude C# Minor Rachmaninobb 
Mildred Whitehill 



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